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Loft-like Boerum Hill townhouse with period details, modern updates wants $7M

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This week we're looking at stunning homes in Bed-Stuy, Park Slope, and Boerum Hill, asking from $1.975 to $7 million

Welcome to the Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup, where we—you guessed it—take a look at the most notable Brooklyn townhouses on the market. Got tips? Send 'em here.

↑In Boerum Hill, an elegant Greek Revival home sporting redesigned interiors is asking $6.995 million. The six-bedroom, five-bathroom house receives a plethora of sunlight throughout and is accented by high ceilings, exposed beams, arched entryways, restored mantles, huge floor-to-ceiling windows, and much more.

↑This modern six-bedroom Bed-Stuy brownstone along Gates Avenue features lots of light and space. Encompassing 5,100 square feet, it offers five-and-a-half bathrooms, high ceilings, a sweeping chef’s kitchen, skylights, and a spacious backyard. It’s asking $2.499 million.

↑ A charming Park Slope three-bedroom wants $1.975 million. The inviting space features a simple design across the open floorplan along with a contemporary kitchen and renovated bathrooms. It’s also nice that Prospect Park is located just two blocks away.

↑After receiving a gut renovation, a five-bedroom, four-bathroom Bed-Stuy townhouse is going for $2.9 million. The redesigned Neo-Grec style home has maintained some of its classic details like a skylight, exposed brick, and decorative marble fireplaces while welcoming modern amenities that include two open kitchens, subway-tiled bathrooms, and central heating/air conditioning.